(NEW YORK) -- The American Academy of Pediatrics released a new report that identified top drowning risks for children and recommendations to help prevent tragedy. Drowning is the leading cause of unintentional injury-related death in the U.S. for children ages 1 to 4 and the... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Robocalls may seem endless these days. In March alone, an estimated 4.9 billion calls were reportedly made, according to YouMail -- which is equivalent to 15 calls for each person each month in the U.S. Currently, the most popular category of robocalls... Read More.
By IVAN PEREIRA, ABC News(TOKYO) -- After a yearlong wait, thousands of runners will begin passing the Olympic torch across Japan starting next week in the lead-up to the summer games.But the traditional revelry of the torch relay... Read More.
By DR. NASIR MALIM, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- Sports and recreational activities contribute to an estimated 1.6 to 3.8 million traumatic brain injuries annually in the U.S., and as scientists understand more about potential risks, there's increasing emphasis on developing new technologies... Read More.
BY: JULIA JACOBO, ABC NEWS (WASHINGTON) — A World Health Organization panel is now advising against the use of hydroxychloroquine, the controversial drug promoted heavily by the Trump administration, to treat patients infected with COVID-19. The international health agency announced Monday that a panel... Read More.
SUPPORT SUICIDE PREVENTION As I write this, a young 26-year-old man from Lake Stevens named Austin Johnson, is running a 2.5-mile loop on the Centennial Trail, for 24 hours straight! He is doing this as a... Read More.
By MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Public health experts are warning against Super Bowl parties ahead of the big game this weekend.With more transmissible variants of the coronavirus circulating, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease... Read More.
By MARIAM KHAN, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- In an extraordinary move, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday she had reached out to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley to discuss "available precautions" for preventing what she called... Read More.
By KATHERINE FAULDERS and JOHN SANTUCCI, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- As a joint session of Congress convenes Wednesday to formally certify the Electoral College votes, President Donald Trump plans to speak at a "Save America" rally near the White House, according to sources... Read More.
By DR. NICHOLAS NISSEN, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- With many areas across the Northern Hemisphere getting less than eight hours of daylight Monday, the Winter Solstice can mean dark times -- both physically and emotionally for people around the globe.... Read More.
By DR. STEPHANIE E. FARBER, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to plague society, many have noticed that it is also plaguing their skin. 'Maskne,' the nickname given to the many skin plights arising from prolonged mask wear,... Read More.
By FERGAL GALLAGHER and CATHERINE SANZ, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Facebook has announced posts that use militarized language, such as "army" or "battle," will be removed as part of a new policy to prevent voter intimidation.Monika Bickert, the... Read More.